Dear Readers, you may notice the dates of the Blog do not match the Flash Post dates which are in real time. The blog was written in 2009 and saw the light of day 6 months back when my younger daughter discovered it and decided to bring it to you here.
Flash Post 239!

Flash Post 239!

Button, as Dost and I eased ourselves into two chairs at a window table for two at the Sea Lounge in Mumbai for breakfast, the view of Apollo Bunder around 10.30 on a Saturday morning was breathtakingly beautiful.

Are the two of you having a nice time?

Oh yes. It’s quiet. It’s peaceful. The suite we are in is huge and, because it was our 40th wedding anniversary yesterday, the hotel management filled the room up with bright and colourful balloons and lots of flowers.

40 years! That’s an awefully long time for two people to be with each other. Touch head.

But what I want to tell you about is the view I witnessed from the Sea Lounge. There were yachts and dinghies of all sizes and colours moored on the waters swaying along with the rise and fall of the Arabian Sea. Hundreds of sparkling white seagulls had made themselves comfortable on the empty boats and yachts and were swaying along too. Some had parked themselves on the water as well and and it seemed that they were waltzing to the orchestra being conducted by an invisible conductor. And I sat there taking in this scene unable to turn my gaze away.

It’s amazing how you see comparables that I wouldn’t have otherwise noticed or even imagined if you had not told me about it. Do you think this invisible conductor could be god in this case?

Could well be.

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